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, as the fighting rages on in syria, neighboring israel is taking steps to protect itself from extremist groups operating just across the border. >> this is the only thing protecting israel, a rusted barb wire fence. and now the new syrian border, 25 feet tall, steel reinforced and with raiser wire on top. >> the full report from israel's border with syria ahead on "the fox report." al jars just bought its way into millions of american homes with current tv. al gore co-founded the left leaning network in 2005. he even worked as a political analyst during its recent election night coverage. the network has struggled to bring in ratings and al jazz reportedly plays about $5 million to snap up current which it plans to change into it will call al jazeera, america. the move could put al jazeera in as many as 40 million households increasing american presence nearly 10 fold. one major cable provider already has pulled the plug. correspondent jonathan hunt live from our new york newsroom. jonathan, this is a major step forward for al jazeera. >> yeah, any way you cut it, it is is certainly that this
on israel and iran. he once made a comment about the quote jewish lobby and some of the, quote, dumb things they do. but later went on to say he supports israel in every way in the same conversation. at any rate now tells nebraska newspaper critics have completely distorted his record. he has shown unequivocal support for israel and called iran a sponsor of terrorism many times. first, there was a fire on one plane. now a fuel leak on another. the aircraft maker boeing dealing with a pair of problems on newest passenger jet the dream liner. what's up here? we will get a report next. plus a guy wins a million bucks in the lottery. the next day he is dead. investigators at the time said natural causes. they are digging up the body now to try to figure out who poisoned him. that and the rest of the night's journalists on this fox news tuesday fox report. it's the little things in life that make me smile. spending the day with my niece. i don't use super poligrip for hold because my dentures fit well. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum and it was uncomfortabl
, iran, and u.s. support for israel. plus, the chairman of google lands in north korea on a controversial trip with former new mexico governor bill richardson. >> we're here as individual american citizens. >> bill: so. >> shepard: so what's the internet titan doing in the world's least connected nation? and the suspect in last summer's colorado movie theater killing spree back in court. tonight, our first look at the prosecution's case against james holmes. and that's first from fox this monday night. it was a painfully difficult day in the courtroom where aurora, colorado police officers testified the victims were crying out for help. blood all over the place. the movie still playing overhead. cell phones ringing. chaos all around the families of the massacre victims hearing emotional testimony from those who rushed to save their loved ones lives. taking some to hospitals in their patrol cars with as they put it blood sloshing on the floor board. investigators say james holmes killed 12 people and wounded 58 more when he opened fire at the midnight premier of the dark night rises. today
. militant organization and political party that has vowed israel's destruction and has strong ties to syria and iran. this comes less than a week after an aid to iran's supreme leader claimed that an attack on syria is an attack on iran itself. with that as our beginning "the fox report" correspondent jonathan hunt is here. the israelis had promised to act if syria moved weapons or used weapons and it looks like they have acted. >> yeah, the israeli government is becoming increasingly worried about the flow of weapons. or the potential flow from the chaos of syria over to israel's northern border. so much so that they recently moved some of their batteries of the iron dome intercepter missile system to the north of the country now it appears that they decided that defense is not enough. they have gone on the attack. hitting this done i have which we believe to have been between u.s. officials somewhere between 3 and 6 trucks about to cross the border from syria into lebanon. apparently carrying surface-to-air missiles. we do not have confirmation on what would be a second strike because the
a nuclear bomb. inching ever closer to prime minister benjamin netanyahu israel's imaginary red line that he drew on that diagram at the united nations back in september is many experts will tell you we will get to that red line sometime around mid summer that means there are three options on the table. one, some kind of grand deal. iran decides to negotiate. number two, an israeli strike. number three, an american military strike for the israelis to strike, they have got to do it pretty quickly now here because they have limited long rake bombing capabilities. for israel now they have a real incentive to put a threat of a strike on the table. they think that may make the iranians more likely to negotiate in the support for fu. you can expect a lot of saber rattling coming out of jerusalem especially rick that we are just three weeks away from the israeli elections and prime minister netanyahu loves nothing more in a campaign than to talk about the iranian issue. rick? >> rick: thank you, leland. leland vittert in jersz. in syria, fighting between the military and rebel forces is reportedly
there will be in afghanistan after 2014 will be quite small, shepard. >> jenks then there is israel. the israeli defense minister in town in washington and talking about concerns of serious chemical weapons amid that civil war. >> it's interesting, the last time that ehud barak the defense minister was in town in washington at the end the of last year. we started hearing reports that there was new intelligence suggesting that sara ran gas had been mixed and maybe even loaded into weapons inside syria. just two days ago we heard the "new york times" report that that intelligence came from israel. yesterday israeli defense minister ehud barak was back at the pentagon where there is great concern about syria's chemical weapon sites. >> that is a discussion that we are happening. not only with the israelis but with other countries in the region. to try to look at what steps need to be taken in order to make sure that these sites are secured and that they don't wind up in the wrong hands. >> the act a of preventing the use of chemical weapons would be almost unachievable, jennifer, you would have to have suc
poster in hebrew it says a strong prime minister, a strong israel. the election results lead to you believe this will be anything because strong prime minister. as for a strong israel, the prime minister we saw on the stage tonight giving his victory speech was much more dubbish, much more conciliatory, much softer than usual, very hawkish prime minister we normally see. we will see in the coming weeks here how he forms his coalition. meaning what kind of political promises does he have to make? does he promise to the hard core right that he won't make a deal with the palestinians? does he promise to the left he is going to offer tax cuts? that will give you a good idea where is he going to take policy both domestically and foreign policy although he has said iran is the number one issue that he has to deal with as he relates to security. as for united states been frosty lately between prime minister netanyahu and president obama. this could cut either way. either all of a sudden he could view himself as a weak prime minister. become more conciliatory. offer to go into peace talks w
a strong relationship with egypt and its government has stood by its peace treaty, crucially with israel. skeptics would add to that for now. >> across the region, concerns about the effects of the arab spring. >> yeah. pretty much every country that has gone through these uprisings is a case of uncertainty at best. outright chaos at worst. outside of the civil war in syria the main concern right now is north africa. libya, algeria where we had the recent hostage taking and deaths of americans. mali where the french are fighting islamist extremists. according to professor burns, this sort of instability could go on for a very long time. >> it may be we don't see the future map of the middle east. it doesn't reveal itself for another 10 or 20 years. this this is so deeply rooted. >> chaos possibly for many years to come. the one thing we know for sure is that terrorists and extremists love chaos. >> that's true. jonathan, thank you. well, online dating doesn't always work out. the woman who says, matched her with a man who stabbed her 10 times and kicked her in the head. mary k.
the smoke and poisonous gases pose no immediate threat but they warn locals carry protective masks. israel. giant flocks of migratory birds flying in striking formations across the southern skies. experts say the animals synchronized their movements to help find food and protect against predatory hawks. united kingdom. the annual tough guy race in western england, competitors reportedly break bones on the 10-mile obstacle course which features mud, icy water and barb wire. a german doctor won for the third year in a row. and that's a wrap on this fox trip around the world in 80 seconds. some stunning news on unsolved crimes in recent memory. the murder of jonbenet ramsey. there was never an indictment in her case or that's what we thought. today we learned a grand jury did, in fact, indict jonbenet ramsey's parents. so why didn't prosecutors act? plus, it seems the iconic television personality barbara walters is under the weather. reportedly with a disease that effects -- that usually effects kids. and can be especially dangerous to adults. barbara walters next. >> shepard: an american pa
that could go into egypt, into sinai, threaten israel. there were very important reasons why we were there, not just the state department, but other government agencies. >> you can watch the full interview later tonight only here on the fox news channel. "on the record" with greta 7:00 eastern. 7:00 on the west coast. the u.s. army now trying to determine the origin of a surface-to-air missile launcher. it turned up not on battlefield but a gun buy back program in seattle. the mayor says police there recovered more than 700 guns along with the stinger missile launch tube. detectives say somebody already used it so it cannot be used again. when in working order they are cable of shooting down a passenger jet. in fact, this is a photo of taliban militants with stinger missile launchers in front of a plane they hijacked in afghanistan back in the 1990s. trace gallagher is live now in our west coast newsroom tonight with more on this. any theories on where this missile launch tube came from, trace? >> you know, bill, this could be nothing more than military waste, which is why as you said the
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